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Mechanical Design / Project Engineer
3949 E. Dale Ave
Cudahy, WI 53110
(414) 305-8862 – email@example.com
Mechanical design engineer or mechanical project engineer position where my skills and experience can be effectively utilized for increased profitability and improve the end product.
Expertise in using AutoCAD, Inventor, Creo Elements and SolidWorks CAD design tools
Virtual Gibbs VMC programming experience
Experience with service and sales support
Over 20 years engineering experience
Good problem solving skills
Strong mechanical aptitude
Engineering degree from Milwaukee School of Engineering
The ability to effectively and professionally communicate
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Project and Outlook
Technically competent computer skills
Fixture design, machine tools
Pneumatic and hydraulic circuit design
Putzmeister America, Sturtevant, WI
July 2013 – Present Product Manager Large Line
3D CAD Design [Creo Elements]
Oversee product engineers and interns
Generate, maintain, and update B.O.M. [Bills of Material] for product line
Work daily with SAP [ERP] to perform engineering tasks
Created ECN’s to correct product drawings & B.O.M.
Support manufacturing with engineering support
Service and application support to contractors in the field.
Material selection – converting DIN to ASME for example
Putzmeister America, Sturtevant, WI
March 2012 – July 2013 Product Engineer
Putzmeister Background – Putzmeister is a global manufacturer of concrete and material placing equipment. The area I am responsible for is the concrete pumping boom trucks and the placing boom applications. The parent company is in Germany and is the source for most of the designs. The designs typically require some modification to meet the American markets. I have been involved in many mechanical designs and some hydraulics. Working with sheet metal, weldments large and small, and machined components. Because of the parent company being German there is a great deal of transition of drawings and technical documents required to stay updated to current changes.
ATI Ladish Forging, Cudahy, WI
March 2010 – March 2012 Mechanical Designer [Hydraulic & Pneumatic]
Troubleshoot pneumatic and hydraulic systems to correct manufacturing problems
Replace components no longer available with new ones and design to retrofit in current design
Design mechanical fixturing
Manage facility rebuild projects
Blain's Farm & Fleet, Oak Creek, WI
May 2009 – November 2010 Small Engine Technician
· Diagnosis and troubleshoot small engine problems
· Customer Service
· Repair and maintain the equipment
Radyne Corporation, Milwaukee, WI
December 2000 – June 2008 Project Engineer
March1993 – December 2000 Mechanical Engineer
· Oversee projects of custom built heat treating equipment from sales concept to completion
· Interfaced with service technicians and end users to solve problems in the field both on and offsite
· Developed standard products increase productivity in future designs
· Designed part locators and tooling nest for customer parts
· Designed material handling, gantry, pick and place, and interfaced with robot integrators to load and unload product to work centers
Key Projects Worked On While at Radyne:
Briggs & Stratton: Worked on the design team that designed a heat treat system to harden the small engine crankshafts in three zones at one time in a single machine cycle. This project required that customer specifications were utilized for purchased items when applicable.
American Axle: This project was to design and build a heat treat machine for heat treating two automotive rear stub axle shafts in one machine cycle. Worked with the sales department on the front end of the project to assist in the costing for the proposal because of the necessity to incorporate the customer specifications for purchased items and design practices. Continued work with the Vice President of Sales to provide weekly 4-Square timeline and monthly executive review meetings, both formal and working meetings, to the customer for the duration of the project. The end design resulted in two mirrored machines to meet the customer’s production requirements and integrate workflow of the work cell.
Snap On tools: This project was to design and build a heat treat machine for the hardening and temper of socket extension shafts. The unit was unique in that it was incorporated in an automated cell with robotics and that it straightened the extension shaft during the heat treating process. Interface with the robot automation house was an essential part of this project.
Illinios BIS – Root Cause Analysis
ASM - Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist
Milwaukee School of Engineering Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology Graduation date: February 2011
Milwaukee School of Engineering Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology
Graduation date: May 1993
Co-inventor on a patent pending for a shaft straightening machine that is incorporated with an induction heat treating unit that was designed and built during my time at Radyne.
Currently available for full time employment. Upon reasonable notification to current employer.